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Corona and the international cooperation

Corona and the international cooperation

The disease caused by the corona virus has spread all over the world, which is why the World Health Organisation has declared a pandemic. While medical care is already reaching the limits of its capacity in European countries, it will be impossible in the global south with similarly increasing numbers. In this folder we offer background information on the situation in resource-poor countries and political analyses of the consequences for global health. In addition we inform how our member organisations and their partner organisations are affected by the situation and how they deal with it. (Photo: Coronavirus/, CC BY 2.0)

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Aug 06, 2020

The truth is out there, somewhere

A threat for public health

The Lancet "The tidal wave of information on the internet concerning the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in difficulties in discerning truth from fiction. This so-called ...

Jul 31, 2020

Alarmierende Zahlen bezüglich der Gesundheit von Frauen, Kindern und Jugendlichen

IAP Bericht 2020

The Lancet Vor vier Jahren beauftragte der UN-Generalsekretär das Independent Accountability Panel (IAP) mit einer Überprüfung der Fortschritte bei der Umsetzung der ...

Jul 30, 2020

COVID-19: Sichere Rückkehr in den Schulalltag

Enfants du Monde Nach der vorübergehenden Schliessung, welche die Eindämmung der Corona-Pandemie zum Ziel hatte, haben die von Enfants du Monde unterstützten Schulen in Burkina ...

Jul 29, 2020

ICN launches new report on COVID-19 pandemic and international supply & mobility of nurses

Press release

International Council of Nurses (ICN) Geneva, Switzerland, 29 July 2020 – "The International Council of Nurses’ (ICN) new report "COVID-19 and the International Supply of Nurses" reveals the ...

Jul 24, 2020

UN forum offers 'sobering' vision of SDGs progress and new virtual reality

Devex "The United Nations’ annual check-in on the Sustainable Development Goals wrapped up last week without the usual fanfare of thousands of visitors descending ...

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